Cuban Prime Minister visits communities affected by rains | News

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The Prime Minister of Cuba, Manuel Marrero, visited on Tuesday several communities in the eastern part of the country that have been affected by the floods caused by the heavy rains.


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Accompanied by the Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Planning, Alejandro Gil, in addition to the Ministers of Agriculture, Idael Pérez; of Construction, René Mesa and Hydraulic Resources, Antonio Rodríguez, the Cuban Prime Minister visited the towns of Manzanillo, Gibara and Santa Cruz del Sur.

In each of the territories to which he arrived, he held conversations with the residents, particularly with members of affected families, asking about the medical care of children and adults, the attention of the leaders of the municipalities, as well as the delivery of food and resources for the repair of houses.

According to government figures, the provinces of Granma, HolguĂ­n and CamagĂĽey were among the hardest hit by the intense rains of recent days that caused rivers to overflow, floods and the isolation of 105 communities.

During his tour, Marrero spoke with the highest local authorities about the recovery efforts, after the passage of the hydrometeorological phenomenon, emphasizing that no one will be left unprotected.

In the opinion of several specialists, the most affected sectors were housing and agriculture and, to a lesser extent, damage was reported in several educational centers, stations and substations of the electrical system, and facilities belonging to the hydraulic infrastructure and telecommunications.

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